CARMA / WRN Collaborative Session
How to write research methods papers
If you have always had an interest in methods, like learning about and applying new methods, are constantly on the lookout for new research methods innovations, cannot wait to get your hands on the newest issue of Organizational Research Methods, and would like to belong to one of the most supportive and friendly academic communities in our field, then you should consider making research methods part of your career by writing research methods papers. Yet, if you are like most researchers, you may not know exactly how to get your foot in the door, how to conceptualize your first methods-related research project, or who to partner with to contribute to the most cutting-edge research. If so, this session is for you.
Join us for a virtual panel discussion on how to Write Research Methods Papers. The panel of experts, known for their work in research methods, will speak about their own experiences as methodologists. Topics include how research papers are developed – from looking for opportunities to make a methodological contribution, to choosing collaborators, and the paper development process. Participants may submit questions ahead of time and ask questions in real time.
The panel session which will be held virtually on May 21st, from 09:00am to 10:30 am (Central European Summer Time). There is no charge for participation. Please register via the link below and send your questions for the panel to Jane Le (firstname.lastname@example.org) by May 16th.
Organized by Tine Köhler (University of Melbourne) and Jane K. Lê (WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management). Supported by CARMA and the Women in Research Network.
Names of Panelists
Tine Köhler, PhD
Associate Professor in International ManagementDepartment of Management and MarketingThe University of Melbourne198 Berkeley Street, Level 10Parkville, VIC 3010 AustraliaPhone: +61 3 9035 5852Member of the Melbourne International Business Research Unit (MIBRU)
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